Style Background

Urban Krav Maga is a reality based self-defence system drawing on:
Various Krav Maga Systems, Karate, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Traditional Jiu Jitsu, Aikido, Boxing, Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, Vale Tudo and MMA.

The Urban Krav Maga core syllabus contains a range of techniques that are also applicable to female self-defence, grappling (stand-up and on the ground), fighting/sparring techniques and weapons defences.

Unlike conventional Martial Arts, Reality Based Self-Defence (RBSD) tends to utilise scenario based training for simpler & faster learning.

Urban Krav Maga is constantly updated to reflect the most common attacks that you may encounter.

The Ten Most Common Street Attacks

Our base syllabus covers the 10 most commonly reported styles of street attacks.

  1. One person pushes, hands to chest, which is normally followed by the pushee striking first, to the head.
  2. A swinging punch to the head.
  3. A front clothing grab, one handed, followed by punch to the head.
  4. A front clothing grab, two hands, followed by a head butt.
  5. A front clothing grab, two hands, followed by a knee to the groin.
  6. A bottle, glass, or ashtray to the head.
  7. A lashing kick to groin/lower legs.
  8. A broken bottle/glass jabbed to face.
  9. A slash with knife, most commonly a 3 to 4″ lock blade knife or kitchen utility knife.
  10. A grappling style head lock.

In reality there are a multitude of attack variations that people may be subjected to. At LONDONfit UKM, we strive to equip all our students with the necessary skills to adapt and improvise their learned techniques to best fit any possible scenarios.